Eighth Grade Orientation was a success! The class of 2021 was welcomed into the high school with a packed agenda. After a brief meet-and-greet activity, students asked questions about High School life to a panel of students and teachers. They participated in a discussion with our School Psychologist, Mrs. Kania and then perused the club fair to find out about and signed up for the exciting activities that we have to offer. Students then attended a class with their upperclassman after which they were escorted to our commons to enjoy a BBQ lunch while listening the the fabulous tunes of the Military Rock Band featuring our own LOLMS, Mr. Hibson. After lunch students were introduced to their Head Class Advisers, Mrs. Fried and Mrs. Trost, and held their first CLASS of 2021 meetings and elections. It was quite an eventful day!
May 15 - 19 was Spirit Week at LOLHS. Here are some more photos of our Wildcat Spirit (twin day and class colors) ... take a look!
On Wednesday, May 24, Natalie Rugg was honored at the 35th Annual Shoreline Writing Contest. Natalie's analysis of "A Woman's Not a Woman till the Pills Wear Off" earned her 2nd place in this category. Additionally, on Friday, Natalie was featured in the Senior Profile section of The Day. The link to the article is below. Take a look!
The Business Department is proud to announce that the following students have successfully demonstrated proficiency in Personal Finance by achieving a passing score on the nationally standardized Financial Literacy Certification Test. Subjects mastered include money, budgeting, banking, credit, insurance, investing, retirement planning, and financial planning and management. The students are officially, nationally Certified Financially Literate! Congratulations to all on the outstanding achievement.
This coming Friday, while the senior class is enjoying their senior trip, LOLHS will welcome our incoming class of 2021. As part of our Eighth Grade Orientation (EGO) students will begin with a "meet and greet" with some upper classmen and faculty followed by a teacher /student panel discussion. They will attend a class with an upperclassman and find out about all the activities the high school has to offer by checking out our club fair. At noon we will all enjoy a BBQ lunch together while listening to the tunes of a Connecticut Military Rock Band featuring our own Mr. Hibson, LOLMS Library Media Specialist. To close the day, all students will partake in their end of year class meeting and class elections ... Eight Graders will meet their Freshman Class Advisers, Mrs Trost and Mrs Fried, and plan the excitement of freshman year after voting in next years class officers! It will be an exciting, informative and successful orientation.
On Friday, May 19, LOLHS students and staff enjoyed our first annual Field Day thanks to the efforts of the Student Leaders and leadership of Mr. Zubek and Mrs. Ressler. We enjoyed a great afternoon with activities that included a bouncy house, a dunk tank, yard games, a photo booth, cotton candy, popcorn, ice cream, flag football, ultimate Frisbee, wii, board games, ping pong, face painting, cake walks, 1 minute activities.... so much fun and and something for everyone! It was lots of fun!
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